The Hunger Coalition 2016-2020 Strategic Plan
To gain access to sufficient wholesome foods in the chosen categories for all clients at the lowest practical cost;
To distribute these foods as efficiently, conveniently and fairly as possible;
To communicate effectively with target populations in terms of message, reach and frequency;
To focus on children as the greatest opportunity, both because of their needs and their potential to break the cycle of poverty;
To improve the collective impact of partner organizations and all organizations with related missions through THC leadership and collaboration;
To elicit the on-going financial and volunteer support of the caring members of the community.
To use our excellence process to continuously improve our organization’s performance and the fulfillment from our jobs;
2016-2020 Strategic Goals
Foods: By 2020, THC-offered meals should provide 100% of the wholesome foods stipulated in each of the designated “critical categories,” including culturally-specific foods.
Brand: By 2020, develop separate branding to better appeal to the stigmatized and/or marginally food insecure while maintaining our existing brand focused on eliminating food insecurity.
Community Farm: By 2020, pilot a community-building farm of up to 5 acres, where partner-based food growing programs build resiliency in youth, fostering skills and coping mechanisms that may assist them in avoiding food insecurity as adults.
Community Representatives: By 2020, recruit members of vulnerable communities to promote our services and inform us of better ways to aid their constituents.
Distribution: By 2020, pilot food access models, such as “volunteering for veggies”, a subsidized farm stand, and a food truck to address affordability and reach underserved communities.
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